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Bombs kill 5 in separate Baghdad attacks

Five people were killed when two bombs struck separate Shiite targets in Baghdad on Tuesday, a day after a double car bombing tore through the stalls of a market crowded with Shiites elsewhere in the capital leaving 88 dead — the bloodiest attack in two months. The military announced the deaths of two more U.S. troops, including a Marine who died Sunday from fighting south of Baghdad, raising the weekend death toll to 28 as American casualties mount ahead of a U.S.-Iraqi security push to try and secure Baghdad. Full Story

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